, a company specializing in smart grid data analytics, today announced the success of its pilot program with Oklahoma Gas & Electric (OG&E), a regulated electric utility serving 789,000 customers over 30,000 square miles in Oklahoma and Western Arkansas. OG&E tapped GridGlo to increase the performance of its residential demand response (DR) program.
“With the information provided by GridGlo, OG&E has the potential to reduce the number of customers required to meet its DR program targets,” said Mike Farrell, Director of Customer Programs at OG&E.
GridGlo’s first-of-its kind data fusion platform enriches huge volumes of streaming and non-streaming data and works with large utility companies such as OG&E to manage energy resources more effectively.
“OG&E can now market its DR program to qualified residential customers,” said
, founder and CEO of GridGlo. “Moreover, our success with OG&E has not gone unnoticed by other large utilities, and GridGlo is starting a number of important new pilot programs as a result.”
GridGlo’s analytics platform aggregates petabytes of data and quickly analyzes it by applying proprietary algorithms and advanced data fusion processes. Data fusion is the science of combining disparate sources of data to develop inferences and continually refine them. GridGlo is the first to leverage this approach to derive novel insights in the energy industry and to provide new ways for utilities to promote customer engagement.
GridGlo® is a private company providing insights into energy consumption. Based in Delray Beach, Florida, we work with utilities, OEMs, application developers and other customers to extract value from energy consumption data. Our core strengths are data fusion, data aggregation, algorithm development, and scoring matrices. We have developed a proprietary software platform that can identify, score, and provide recommendations to impact energy consumption behavior. Our platform allows us to create many dynamic applications that offer insights into the behavior of all smart grid players from the utility to the consumer. For more information, please visit:
OG&E, which serves approximately 789,000 customers in a service territory spanning 30,000 square miles in Oklahoma and western Arkansas, is a subsidiary of Oklahoma City-based OGE Energy Corp. (NYSE: OGE).